One of the many benefits of being a member of the California City Management Foundation (CCMF) is having a community of professionals at your side. When new proposed regulations negatively [...]
The California City Management Foundation (CCMF) looks forward to hosting a panel discussion at the 2022 Municipal Management Association of Southern California (MMASC) Annual Conference in Rancho Mirage, CA. The session is called, “Vulnerable Leadership: Not an Oxymoron,” and it will take place on Thursday, November 3, 2022, from 10:30-11:45 a.m.
Congratulations to our New & Future City Managers Seminar (NFCM) 2022 cohort! The NFCM Seminar is one of CCMF’s flagship events that we look forward to every year. It is an opportunity for new city managers (and those on track to become city managers in the future) to receive direct mentoring from longtime city managers on the ins and outs of the profession.
On June 13, 2022, Eliseo Ayala joined the City of Avenal’s city manager and city clerks’ departments to complete a summer internship. His position was made possible with the support of CCMF’s Judy L. Kelsey Memorial Fund.
CCMF Hosts Panel at 2022 League of California Cities Annual Conference: “Defending Institutions: Promoting Civic Debate and Rejecting Personal Attacks”
On September 8, 2022, the California City Management Foundation (CCMF) hosted a panel discussion at the 2022 League of California Cities Annual Conference in Long Beach. The session, “Defending Institutions: Promoting Civic Debate and Rejecting Personal Attacks” featured Riverside Mayor Patricia Lock Dawson and Riverside Police Chief Larry Gonzalez.
The 2022 New and Future City Managers Seminar will be November 4-6 at the Westin Pasadena hotel. The deadline to apply is Friday, August 12 at 5 PM.
The California City Management Foundation (CCMF) is pleased to announce that the City of Oceanside and the City of Selma have been selected as the recipients of the second annual Judy L. Kelsey Memorial Fund grants.
CCMF Panel on Finding Your Successors and the Benefits To Becoming Replaceable at the 2022 Cal Cities City Leaders Summit
CCMF Board Member Karen Pinkos will moderate a panel discussion at the 2022 Cal Cities City Leaders Summit in Sacramento. The session is called, “Finding Your Successors - The Benefits To Becoming Replaceable,” and will take place on Thursday, May 12 from 10:15-11:30 AM.
The California City Management Foundation hosted the 2022 Annual Member Appreciation Dinner at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey. This year’s event was on February 3 and over 260 members and sponsors were in attendance.
Each year, the California City Management Foundation (CCMF) presents two awards during the League of California Cities City Managers Conference: The City Manager of the Year Award and The Corporate Sponsor of the Year Award.
CCMF’s 2021-23 Strategic Plan is focused on providing more opportunities for the city management community to stay in touch; expanding research and data surrounding the profession; and streamlining the membership management system.